We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art. ok john, let'go discover something different.
Found framed landscape paintings, steel, placed in green mount west, Baltimore MD.
Lossless challenges the representational nature of photography by re-ordering the digital photograph, using Processing and a custom QuickSort algorithm. The majority of photographs are now stored as pixels, where each pixel is a representation of specific values of color, brightness, saturation, etc.
Our works are re-ordered and removed from their previous context while still being an accurate representation of every single pixel in the original image. This process allows the image to function as a unique object and set of information rather than an object devoid of its own context.
In this process, the image now functions conceptually as a collection of visualized data rather than a mechanical/digital reproduction of reality. The action of re-organizing the photograph makes tangible the traditionally transparent functioning of the medium.
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Jordan Tate + Adam Tindale
Chris Burden has created this piece Metropolis II, a kinetic sculpture consisting of 1200 Hot Wheels cars.
Black Mountain / Lele Saveri / Ken Miller / Visvim / Chances With Wolves / Fillip / Jason Nocito / Wai Lin Tse / Jim Mangan / Ian Skedd / ROLU / Morel Books / Sean Orr / John Jones / Duffy Driediger / Hamburger Eyes Photo Epicentre / Was/Is / Sara Cwynar / Chris Taylor / Simon Redekop / Brian Mendoza / Chris Allen / Matthew Lock / Scott Lewis / Walter Manning / Kim Catton / Matthew Koudys / Johnny Burgess / Following The Sun / Ludwig Van Beethoven
During summer 2006, Thomas Mailaender invited Benoit Dutherage, twice vice-world champion of sand sculpture, to spend one week with him on a beach.
Thank pietmondriaan ;)
A poster of Monet’s Garden at Giverny bleached by the sun.